Fresh Salmon Trout Fillet (Chilled) 1.5 kg
Fresh Salmon Trout Fillet (Chilled) 1.5 kg

Fresh Salmon Trout Fillet (Chilled) 1.5 kg

Rp. 525,000
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Product Code: Salmon Fillet
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Availability: In Stock

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Price: 35,000 / 100gr

Air flown from Norway

Farmed Salmon

Weight: +/- 4 kg (2 fillets)

Not ready stock item, please allow us to 2-3 days prior delivery.

Price listed in web (system) is not final price since each Salmon fish size may vary but in average, each whole salmon fish has +/- 3 kg of fillet

Individualy Vacuum Packed

Chilled

 

About Salmon

With exceptional nutritional value due to their rich concentration of omega-3 fatty acids, salmon is a favorite among fish lovers and enjoyed even by those who are not always fond of fish. Salmon are incredible fish sometimes traveling thousands of miles throughout their life cycle and within two to five years returning to the very location where they were born to spawn and die. The specific characteristics and life cycles of salmon vary with each species. (For example, king salmon has a life cycle of approximately 4-6 years, sockeye, 4-6 years, and silver 3-4 years.)

A good portion of salmon can be classified either as Pacific (Oncorhynchus genus) or Atlantic (Salmo genus) salmon, according to the ocean in which they are found. There is just one native species of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar), while there are many species of Pacific salmon including chinook (or king), sockeye (or red), coho (or silver), pink, and chum. Norwegian salmon, a popular type of salmon often offered on restaurant menus, is actually Atlantic salmon that is farm-raised in Norway. The flesh of salmon ranges in color from pink to red to orange with some varieties richer in important omega-3 fatty acids than others. For example, chinook and sockeye are fattier fish than pink and chum and contain great amounts of healthy omega-3 fatty acids.

The native habitats of Atlantic and Pacific salmon as described above no longer characterize most of salmon consumed in the United States or in many other countries. Because farmed salmon now accounts for about 80% of all salmon consumed worldwide, it is becoming harder and harder to find wild-caught salmon that live in their native habitat.

 

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